@thecarlicast is a Student, Paralegal pursuing a Law Degree and a blogger, who happens to have one of the most interesting life stories you will ever hear. Particularly for someone who is only 24 years old, she is truly special. at Age 22 she became a member of the Church of Jesus christ of Latter Day Saints, and her conversion story is incredible. This is part 2 of a 2 part story detailing a traumatic event in her life that leads her to develop a relationship with god, join the church, move to Utah and much more!Read More
@thecarlicast is a Student, Paralegal pursuing a Law Degree and a blogger, who happens to have one of the most interesting life stories you will ever hear. Particularly for someone who is only 24 years old, she is truly special. at Age 22 she became a member of the Church of Jesus christ of Latter Day Saints, and her conversion story is incredible. This is part 1 of a 2 part story detailing her early life and childhood, her crazy family background, introduction to the party scene, drug addiction and more.
Krissy Weekley is the founder of Monthly Roamers, a website dedicated to fostering a community of working LDS singles who congregate for a month of working remotely in fantastic destinations across the globe. Founded in 2018, Monthly Roamers just finished their 3rd trip (Costa Rica, Spain, Italy) and it’s really catching on within the LDS Singles community. on this episode…Read More
Hayden Davis and Dustin Larsen are young professionals living in new york city, they are both active members of the LDS church, openly gay and have been foundational in starting a movement toward inclusion within the church by starting and promoting a weekly scripture study group for LGBTQ members and their friends within their wards. The program has spread like wildfire and not only strengthened testimonies, but helped people find a comfortable place where they can find common ground and help each other along their journey. On this episode...Read More
Jenn Blosil is an incredibly talented singer/songwriter/musician based out of Orem Utah. born in Vienna, Austria Jenn discovered her love of music at age 4 when she began playing piano. Jenn grew up in Orem, Utah and began writing her own songs at age 12. She took her technical training and transitioned her love of music from classical to rock and has crafted songs of a unique sound that blends every genre in between. Initially shy about performing, Jenn was peer-pressured into her first solo performance at Velour at the age of 16 - and she knew then and there that music was her calling. Jenn used a Kickstarter campaign to launch her first album at the age of 21, and released it days before leaving on an LDS mission to New York. Since then she has performed all over the country, touring and working with some of the most well known artists in the industry. She even had a stint on American Idol, placing in the top 14. On this episode,Read More
May is Mental Health awareness month, and with so many people struggling with their mental health and stigmas surrounding talking about it, we felt it was a great time to have a podcast about the topic. this issue affects everyone, but particularly the youth and particularly LDS youth. You Got This is a not for profit organization who’s mission is to build, improve and maintaining relationships in schools, business, and communities to establish an early suicide prevention system.Read More
Judy Pham is a convert to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints who grew up Buddhist in Northern California as a child of Vietnamese Immigrants. She moved to New York as a teenager and lived there for 10 years before moving back to the West Coast. Judy has was chosen to share her experiences at the recent Mormon Studies Conference at Claremont University as part of a panel of 4 LDS people discussing Millennials and mormonism.